Clubs Tasmania can generate benefits and outcomes for members via events, access to corporate partners, attendance at regional forums, industry and sector news and much more. Annual Clubs Tasmania membership is $370 which unlocks the following benefits:

  • Access to 24/7 employment relations advice

  • Clubs pricing from corporate partners including Lion, Gallagher

    Insurance, Coca Cola, PFD Foods, Tas Hotel Catering & Supplies

  • Rebates from PFD Foods and Lion that go directly back into

    your community club

  • $100 travel voucher from Travel Studio

  • No joining fee at Zap Fitness

  • Clubs branded Treasury wine that maximise hospitality returns

  • 4 Reserved seats at all NMFC games at Blundstone

  • 5cents a litre discount all UNITED petrol outlets and

  • Membership of the community club industry peak body that

    advocates and lobbies on a range of issues relevant to clubs.


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Port Sorell Bowls and Community Club

Clubs Tasmania is strengthening the community club industry. After a visit from Project Manager Andrew Moore in early September, Clubs Tasmania were able to save the club $4400 dollars and increase their level of employment relations advice and support at the same time

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Strahan Regional Forum

Robust and sustainable clubs create social cohesion. Community clubs and local government came together in Strahan in April and September to brainstorm a ‘clubs industry plan’ that will inform decisions around what kind of clubs, the West Coast will need over the next 10 years, as the region considers how to cater for the transient tourist workforce and new residents. Similar forums were developed for the East Coast, Hobart, Launceston and the North West

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Lindisfarne Junior Football Club (LJFC)

If Clubs Tasmania cannot answer your question or solve your problem, they will find someone who can. LJFC wanted to take advantage of a Commonwealth Government grant the board had identified might help offset the cost of a new electronic scoreboard at their home base. Clubs Tasmania, was able to support the club with a draft application and then refer through to a professional grant writing team. The outcome was, LJFC was successful in obtaining $21 700 in funding for the scoreboard in September 2019.